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How To Get A Medical Card In New Jersey

Book An Appointment

Contact KIF today to schedule an appointment with one of the most qualified medical marijuana doctors in NJ at a time that is convenient for you. You should provide your basic health history to schedule an appointment with a licensed marijuana doctor. If you have them, the medical records for the condition(s) you have would be greatly appreciated.


We would be glad to assist you in receiving an appointment if you need assistance setting up one. Feel free to reach out to our team if you need assistance.

Step 2

Consult With An MMJ Doctor

A medical marijuana professional can be reached either online or in person for 10-15 minutes to assess your ailments and answer any questions you might have regarding medical marijuana treatment if you desire. Once the doctor has finished your appointment and approved you, they will fill out a form to be used as a recommendation for medical marijuana. After you have obtained this document, you can apply to the state.

If a patient wishes to have their application accepted by the state of New Jersey, they must provide proof of the patient’s residency in New Jersey.

Step 3

Get Approved

Your application will be submitted once you pay the $50 additional state fee. Once the state has processed your application, you will be notified of your approval and receive your card in the mail. Having your medical marijuana card in hand will enable you to start purchasing from dispensaries as soon as you receive it.


Every two years, patients in New Jersey must see a licensed physician to renew their licenses. As your certification expires, KIF will contact you to organize a renewal consultation when it is time to renew your certification.

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About Cannabis in New Jersey

It was in 2010 when Gov. Jon S. Corzine signed the law legalizing medical marijuana into law, that Garden State became one of the greenest states in the country. Medical cannabis programs in New Jersey are efficient, but they are also expensive.

The voters of New Jersey voted on State Question 1, which was on the ballot during the November 2020 general election, allowing adults 21 and older to possess, sell, and use cannabis for personal use.

The vote passed by 67%. In the proposed ballot question, voters were asked if they favored legalizing cannabis and establishing a system of marijuana dispensaries for recreational purposes in the state. The question did not specify regulatory rules or structure, so it may take a year or longer for the licensure system or dispensaries to be set up after the passage of this ballot question. Currently, residents of Garden State who wish to benefit from medical cannabis may do so without facing any penalties until the new legislation becomes law.

If no additional taxes are passed on legalizing recreational cannabis in New Jersey, it will likely have the lowest cannabis tax of any state in the United States. Cannabis purchased for recreational use will be subjected to a 6.625% state sales tax rate and a 2% municipal tax rate where applicable.

In New Jersey, the legalization of marijuana is seen as a big deal since the state is tougher on marijuana crimes than other states. Furthermore, the likelihood of being arrested for using cannabis is three and a half times greater for Black users than for white users.

Registering a Caregiver in New Jersey

If a person who has a medicinal marijuana certification is unable to manage their medication, a caregiver may be needed. An alternative therapy center (ATC) can support a patient whose condition is too severe to allow them to physically go to their alternative therapy center (ATC) by themselves if they cannot. A caregiver can be used in such cases, and patients can designate up to two caregivers.

An ATC can sell medicinal marijuana without the presence of the patient.

Licensed patients select caregivers, usually family members or friends. During the registration process, caregivers will be able to add themselves at any time and will need to do the same process as patients to obtain a card for the patient.

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Full Legal Protection

This state has a history of being rather regressive regarding marijuana laws, even though marijuana has been legalized for recreational purposes in New Jersey. New Jersey always grants medical marijuana cards to people with debilitating health conditions.

Dispensaries that sell medical marijuana only have better deals.

Medical marijuana patients in New Jersey with a medical marijuana card can easily access and even find better deals at dispensaries that only sell medical marijuana in the entire state. In dispensaries, medical marijuana is available in quarter-ounce increments, but a patient with a card can purchase the maximum amount permitted by state law and receive discounts.

Lower Age Restrictions

With the legalization of marijuana for recreational use, it has been decided that the minimum age to consume recreational cannabis should be 21 years or older to engage in such activity. An MMJ cardholder, on the other hand, is legally permitted to use medical marijuana if they are at least 18 years old. In addition, underage patients can apply for a medical marijuana card with a caregiver or two.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The intake form requires you to submit a valid photo ID.

Once you have booked your telemedicine appointment, you will receive an email confirming the appointment shortly after it has been booked. We will send you an email with a link to your intake form. You will be asked to fill in your personal information and upload your ID, any medical documentation you may have, and any medical information you wish to provide.

Yes, of course. Almost all patients are eligible for medical marijuana through KIF, and veterans are no different. Medical marijuana assists our veterans in combating their medical conditions.

Medical marijuana can be purchased and possessed by patients with qualifying conditions from state-licensed dispensaries within 30 days of purchase.

Currently, multiple states accept New Jersey medical cards as a form of identification. A dispensary in the state you wish to visit is the best way to determine the laws regarding the use of out-of-state medical cards, so it would be best to contact the dispensary in the state you intend to visit before you travel out of state.

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