Medical Marijuana Card Renewals in Ann Arbor
It is important to be punctual with the submission of your application for renewing eligibility. In the event of expiration, you will not legally be able to purchase marijuana from a provisioning center until you have been officially re-approved by the state. The process of receiving a medical marijuana card renewal is very similar to how you got your initial certification. You will need to revisit your doctor so they can write you an updated recommendation. You can apply for a renewal online or via mail. The MMMP offices will also need another copy of your valid identification. Renewals will be approved or denied shortly after the arrival of your application. Re-submission is available for any denials, unless any fraudulent information is provided.
How To Renew
- We recommend visiting Intessa Certification Center. Call (517) 881-6905 to set up your Marijuana Doctor appointment. You can also make an appointment online. They will help you complete your entire online or paper application by following the rest of these steps.
- Complete the application form for renewing your Michigan medical marijuana registry identification card online or print out a paper copy found here.
- If you have a caregiver, use the paper form and have them fill out section C and sign section D. Also, include a copy of their ID.
- Make a check or a money order out to the “State of Michigan – MMMP” for the $60 registration fee if you don’t have a caregiver, or $85 or if you do.
- Take a photocopy of your driver’s license or Michigan ID, and put it with the rest of the necessary documents.
- Seal everything together in an envelope and send to the following address:
Michigan Medical Marihuana Program
P.O. Box 30083
Lansing, MI 48909
If your application is denied or you do not receive your new card in the mail, reach out to the Michigan Medical Marihuana Registry Program for more information.