§ 1191.26. Application fees.
(a) An applicant shall pay no more than one fee of $50 in a 12-month period for an identification card with an identification card application.
(b) Notwithstanding subsection (a):
(1) An applicant shall submit a fee of $25 if the Department issues a replacement identification card as a result of a lost, stolen, destroyed, defaced or illegible identification card.
(2) An applicant shall pay a second fee of $50 in the same 12-month period with an identification card renewal application.
(c) The Department may establish higher fees for issuance of a second and subsequent replacement identification cards. Each January, the Department will post on its publicly-accessible web site the fees for issuance of a second and subsequent replacement identification cards, and will publish notice of those fees in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.
(d) Subject to § 1191.32 (relating to medical marijuana patient authorization letters), the Department may waive or reduce the fee for an identification card application or identification card renewal application for an applicant who demonstrates financial hardship. Each January, the Department will post on its publicly-accessible web site the qualifications for financial hardship that an applicant requesting a waiver or reduction of the application fee shall submit with an identification card application or identification card renewal application. The Department will publish notice of the qualifications for financial hardship in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.
This section cited in 28 Pa. Code § 1191.25 (relating to application for, and issuance or denial of, identification cards).
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