Today we’re going to be talking about temporary medical cards in Oklahoma. Read on for everything you need to know, including how long it takes to apply and receive your card in the mail.
What Is An Oklahoma Temporary Medical Card?
An Oklahoma temporary medical card is a medical marijuana patient license that is given to visitors to Oklahoma who have an MMJ card from their home state. The card can be used to buy medical marijuana products in Oklahoma MMJ dispensaries.
Who Qualifies For A Temporary Medical Card In Oklahoma?
People who are visiting Oklahoma from other legal MMJ states who have qualified for and currently hold a medical marijuana card from their home state will qualify for a temporary medical card in Oklahoma.
What Are The Qualifying Conditions For An Oklahoma Temporary Medical Card?
There is no list of qualifying conditions for an Oklahoma temporary medical card. Any person who qualifies for medical marijuana treatment in their home state can get a temporary card in Oklahoma.
There is also no list of qualifying conditions for a full Oklahoma MMJ card. Anybody who a physician believes would benefit from MMJ treatment, for any condition, will qualify.
How Long Does It Take To Get A Temporary Medical Card In Oklahoma?
So, how fast can you get a temporary medical card in Oklahoma? The process of applying for a temporary medical card in Oklahoma is quick and is completed online through the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA). But how long does OMMA approval take?
It can take up to 14 days for an application to be processed and mailed out, but once this happens, you should receive your medical card in the mail between two to five days later.
What Information Should Be Provided In A Temporary MMJ Card Application?
You should supply the following information in your Oklahoma temporary MMJ card application:
- Full name
- Residence and mailing address
- Date of birth
- Telephone number and email address
- Information about the out-of-state medical marijuana license
- Patient signature dated within 30 days of the application date
What Documentation Should Be Provided In A Temporary MMJ Card Application?
You should supply the following documentation in your Oklahoma Temporary MMJ card application:
- Out-of-state medical marijuana license (digital, color copy of the front and back)
- Proof of identity (digital, color copy of one of the following):
- State-issued driver’s license (front and back)
- State-issued identification card (front and back)
- U.S. passport or other photo identification issued by the U.S government
- A clear, color, full-face digital photograph
Do Oklahoma Temporary Medical Card Applications Require Physician Certification?
No, temporary MMJ card applications do not need to include certification from a physician. Only evidence that the applicant holds an out-of-state MMJ card is required.
How Much Does An Oklahoma Temporary Medical Card Cost?
Oklahoma temporary medical cards cost $100 and must be paid for using a Visa, MasterCard, or Discover credit or debit card.
Can I Go To A Dispensary Before My Card Arrives In Oklahoma?
You can visit an Oklahoma dispensary before your temporary medical card arrives, but you cannot purchase medical marijuana products until you have your card.
How Do I Get My Medical Card Online In Oklahoma?
You get your medical card online in Oklahoma by submitting an application and payment at omma.ok.gov.
How Long Is An Oklahoma Temporary Medical Card Valid For?
Oklahoma temporary medical cards are valid for 30 days.
Can I Renew A Temporary Medical Card In Oklahoma?
Yes, Oklahoma temporary medical cards can be renewed after they expire. Each time you renew you will need to pay $100.
Can People From Non-Legal MMJ States Visit Dispensaries In Oklahoma?
Under current Oklahoma medical card rules, patients from non-legal MMJ states cannot get an Oklahoma temporary medical card. However, there are plans to introduce a medical marijuana license for visitors from non-legal MMJ states who want to avail of MMJ treatment in Oklahoma. This may happen in 2022.
How Do I Apply For A Two-Year Oklahoma MMJ License?
Two-year MMJ licenses are available to Oklahoma residents. You apply through the OMMA website. When applying for a full OK MMJ license, physician certification is required. You can get certified by having a telemedicine consultation with an Oklahoma MMJ doctor at the MMJRecs online clinic.
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