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At first glance the daughter is either herself a convert, or the product of a kohen's prohibited marriage to a convert, i.e. a chalala. Either way she'd be prohibited from marrying a Kohen.
Yes, the statement has Halachis implications. For example: Does a convert who had children before converting need to have more children Yevamos 62a Does a child born before conversion prevent the "first born son" born after the conversion from being considered a first born Yevamos 62a Are brothers from before conversion considered brothers Yevamos 97b ...
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