In order to apply for a medical cannabis card, you must provide your medical marijuana ID number and address in the State of Illinois.
You may also have to provide your Social Security number, date of birth, and driver’s license number.
If you do not provide these information, your application will be denied.
If you do provide these forms of identification, you may be eligible to apply to receive a medical card through the Illinois Medical Marijuana Program.
However, the application process for the medical card can take up to six months.
You can find the most current information on the Illinois medical marijuana program by visiting the Illinois State Medical Marijuana Office website.
Medical marijuana card holders who meet the following criteria will be eligible for a temporary license to use cannabis, as well as an application fee of $5 for the application, and a $10 fee for the issuance of the medical cannabis license.
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The following information applies to Illinois medical cannabis cards:Applicants must have a current Illinois drivers license.
Applicants who have been in Illinois for six months or more, have been ordered by a judge or judge advocate to have their convictions expunged or their sentences modified, or have completed at least one year of community service are eligible for an application for a limited license to possess up to 1 ounce of cannabis.
Applicants must also complete a form of drug education, complete a drug test and submit a drug screening.
A marijuana registry must be established for the applicant’s personal and/or employer identification and must be maintained by the Department of Public Safety.
The application fee for a first license is $20 and the application fee is waived for applicants who meet certain criteria.
Applicators must be a resident of the state of Illinois and must not have any pending criminal or traffic court proceedings pending in another state.
Applicers must be over 18 years of age, a citizen of the United States of America, and reside in Illinois.
Applicators who are not residents of Illinois are required to submit an application form and pay the fee.
Applications for the limited license will be processed at the Illinois Department of Financial Services Office of Cannabis Regulatory Services (CRS).
Applicants should be in possession of a valid driver’s licence and ID card when applying for the temporary license.
A medical marijuana registry and a medical identity card are required.
Applicable tax and licensing requirements apply.
Medical ID cards must be issued by the Illinois Liquor Control Board.
Applicant must present a valid Illinois identification card or a valid social security number when applying.
Criminal records check is required for all applicants.
Applicers must complete an application at the CRS office.
A valid Illinois drivers licence and a valid Social Security Number are required for the holder of the limited cannabis license to purchase and possess cannabis.
For the holder to possess cannabis, they must be 18 years old or older.
If the holder is under 18 years, the holder must provide proof of residency, a copy of their birth certificate or legal guardian’s signature on their driver’s permit.
The holder must also provide a current social security card and a current driver’s or vehicle registration card.
The medical identification card is required to obtain a license to cultivate, distribute, possess, sell, or transfer cannabis and is valid for the first five years from the date of issuance.
Applicance for a new medical ID card must be submitted at the time of issuance and must include the applicant, date, and address of the person who will be the legal guardian.
The medical ID must be current and contain the applicant name, social security numbers, and other information the department requires.
Applicant must be 21 years old and live in Illinois at the date the application is approved.
Applicances for a license will not be processed if the applicant is convicted of a crime.
Applicability for a second medical ID may be processed upon the applicant attaining 18 years or more of age.
Applicative must have no criminal convictions and no pending criminal proceedings, be in good standing in the community, be employed by the state, and not have been convicted of an offense involving the use of marijuana or any other controlled substance.
Applicans may be issued up to 3 licenses for up to one ounce of marijuana.
Applicates must complete the form of the application and pay $5.00 in application fee.
The CRS is the licensing authority in the state for medical cannabis.
The CRS licenses all entities that possess and sell marijuana.
The Illinois Department will determine if the application meets all of the requirements for issuing a medical identification cards.
The state will issue licenses to medical marijuana providers and their employees upon their approval.
Medical identification cards are issued by issuing agencies, such as the Illinois Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission (ABCC), the Illinois Municipal Authority (IMA), the State Highway Patrol, and the State Police.
All medical identification applications are considered in the approval process.
Applicancies are required by the CTS to maintain