Hawaiʻi 329-OSP MMJ Visitor Card

A 329-OSP card allows visitors to shop at local dispensaries and legally possess medical cannabis while on vacation in Hawaii.


4 Easy Steps

A 10-minute online application to get an electronic Hawaiʻi 329-OSP MMJ Card within 24 hours.

1. Confirm your eligibility. You must be certified in your “home” state as having one or more of Hawaiʻi’s qualifying conditions for cannabis use:

Chronic pain (as defined by you and your health care provider), nausea, post-traumatic stress, cancer, Crohn’s disease, epilepsy, glaucoma, HIV or AIDS, lupus, multiple sclerosis, persistent muscle spasms, rheumatoid arthritis, seizures, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and cachexia.

Note: If you are visiting from another country (or are not certified in your “home” State) you may qualify for a resident 329 card. Eligible patients with an email address may be certified through the resident 329 program.

2. Gather the required documents in digital format. We recommend scanning or taking smartphone photos of the files.

Correct – state/territory and name match

Medical cannabis card  from another U.S. state/territory or District of Columbia.

Medical cannabis card from another U.S. state/territory or District of Columbia.

Government-issued ID  or driver’s license.

Government-issued ID or driver’s license.

Wrong – state/territory and/or name don’t match


Sorry – Doctor authorizations / prescriptions don’t qualify, and passports and military IDs are not accepted.

3. Submit the OSP (Out of State Patient) online application to the Department of Health.

  • If you don’t already have one, create a free ehawaii.gov account.

  • Next, login to medmj.ehawaii.gov to begin the application.

  • Select the “Start an Out of State Application” button.

  • Follow the video instructions (below) for important tips and detailed instructions.

  • When uploading documents make sure to click the “Upload” button after you select the file.

  • Before submitting your application, review everything for accuracy. You will NOT be allowed to edit your application once submitted, and the $49.50 application fee is non-refundable.

Video Link: http://health.hawaii.gov/medicalcannabisregistry/travel/
Note: If you created a new ehawaii.gov account, you will be prompted to verify your email prior to accepting the terms and conditions (this step is not shown in the video).

4. Download your 329-OSP card. You will receive an email, generally within 3-5 business days, once your application is approved or denied. You can also log in to medmj.ehawaii.gov at anytime to check the status of your application.

If approved: login to medmj.ehawaii.gov to download.

If denied: you may correct and submit a new application.

Need more answers?

Check out the Visiting Patient Program FAQ’s