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Currently, this is not an easy task with ACF, but it is possible.
I would first use another plugin to create the user edit form, then find an action which allows you to add extra HTML inside the form.
In this action, you can ask ACF to render the custom fields like so:
acf_form(array( 'field_groups' => array(123) // the ID of the field group 'form' => false ));
This will produce the ACF HTML without the form tags.
Once you have the fields appearing, let me know.
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