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Since you are planning to file a bankruptcy, there is a risk that the credit issuer will close your account once it sees the bankruptcy record in your reports.
You can apply for a secured credit card. There are more chances to keep it during a bankruptcy because it has a collateral deposit. The minimum credit line for a secured credit card is $200. If you feel you can handle a bigger amount of credit, just increase your security deposit.
Make sure you do not owe a balance on the card when you file the bankruptcy. That may help you keep the card.
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