Yes, a non-resident can get their medical marijuana card. Additionally, people with out-of-state medical cards are granted reciprocity in Nevada, but they must follow Nevada’s rules regarding how much an individual is allowed to possess, regardless of how much he or she is allowed to possess in their home state.
Additionally, he or she must abide by the following restrictions:
- The non-resident has a valid, non-expired medical marijuana card from his or her home state
- The non-resident’s home state exempts cardholders from criminal prosecution for medical marijuana use
- The law of the non-resident’s home state requires that physicians advise patients that medical marijuana use may help their symptoms as a precondition to the state issuing patients a medical marijuana card
- The non-resident’s home state maintains a database through which Nevada authorities may verify his or her card’s validity (NRS 372A)