The short answer is no, unfortunately. You
are required to declare all of your credit accounts, even those with zero balance, and
you can expect them to be cancelled when you go bankrupt.
While credit cards are a big part of modern life, borrowing while in bankruptcy can seriously
damage your fresh start, and should be avoided if possible.
If you borrow more than $1000 (in cash, or on a credit card) while your bankruptcy is
active, everyone you are borrowing from has to be notified. If you require a credit card
for, say, business or medical purposes, you could apply for a secured credit card, as
long as the lender is advised of the bankruptcy. Don’t forget the humble pre-paid card. It
can help you with most of your credit card needs.