To renew their medical marijuana cards, medical marijuana patients in the state must use the OMMA Portal run by the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA). Cardholders are required to initiate the renewal process at least 30 days before their current cards expire.
The renewal of medical marijuana cards in Oklahoma is done online. A qualifying patient should sign in to the OMMA Portal using their email address and password. After signing in, they should select “license dashboard” and then “patient renewal.” The patient's MMJ license number will then appear, and they will be prompted to save it. Thereafter, the patient will be prompted to enter their ID number and residential and mailing addresses. A medical marijuana card renewal applicant can only provide their physical residential address and must ensure that the mailing address they submit is not a P.O. Box.
When completing the medical marijuana renewal application form, the patient will be required to upload their physician's certification and pay the renewal fee to validate their renewal application. The OMMA takes up to 14 days to process medical marijuana card renewal applications.
Oklahoma medical marijuana cards must be renewed according to their validity periods. The OMMA issues medical marijuana cards with 60-day and 24-month expiration dates.
Medical marijuana cardholders in Oklahoma are required to obtain certifications from registered physicians to enable them to complete the registry ID renewal applications. Under Oklahoma law, doctors of medicine, osteopathic medicine, and podiatrists are permitted to issue medical marijuana certifications to qualifying patients. Cardholders must ensure that they obtain certifications from their physicians no later than 30 days before they file renewal applications.
Qualifying patients who want to renew their Oklahoma medical marijuana cards are required to pay a $100 application fee. Veterans with disabilities are entitled to a reduced renewal fee of $20. Renewal fees are payable with credit or debit cards.
Renewal of Oklahoma medical marijuana cards is done online, with no option of mail or in-person submissions. The OMMA does not accept walk-in applications for medical marijuana card renewal.
Patients from out of state with valid medical marijuana cards from their states must apply for temporary medical marijuana licenses in Oklahoma. These are valid for 30 days. These licenses will enable them to purchase medical marijuana from licensed medical cannabis dispensaries and use the marijuana without legal consequences.
Oklahoma allows both visiting adults and minors to access medical marijuana after satisfying certai requirements. A cannabis patient from another state can apply for a temporary MMJ license in Oklahoma on the OMMA Portal. They must provide the following information: