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Thanks for the post.
Each field group within each language will require a translation of the field group and each field will have a unique name with a prefix containing the WPML language code (en_, fr_)
You can then target the field using the update_field() like so:
update_field( LANG_CODE . '_twitter',$data, 'options');
I hope this helps.
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