In a ketubah, there are 3 different categories for the woman's status. Virgin, Convert, and woman. Usually one of those statuses is represented on the ketubah, with the appropriate amount in zuzim. And while it may not be conventionally done, is writing more than one status actually forbidden? Can the kallah be listed as a convert and a virgin if both those things were true? If it's not possible to mention both these things in the same statement, can one be mentioned in one statement and the other in a different statement of the ketubah.
Update The comments and answers have not been satisfying. They seem to be under the assumption that i am asking how to change something that is fixed in stone already and should not be messed with. i do not think this applies because ketubot have historically been some of the broadest and most updated documents within the Sephardic world (of which i am). There were even new categories other than divorce, virgin, and convert. Another class that was codified by the Rambam was the ransomed captive (Mishneh Torah "laws of Yibbum wa-Halisa 4:34). And there are documents that are preserved in our tradition that list multiple statuses for the bride.
"and willingly this Berukha, the bride, the virgin, the divrocee, took upon herself and became to this Yeshu'a the groom, a wife and the mother of children..." See line 7 in the Aramaic and the English. This document is not a document of accident or ignorance, as it was written and signed by Elijah Gaon, the head of the Yeshiva of Ramle.
So my question isn't "can this be done?" Because it already has been done. My question is "has listing more than one status become specifically forbidden?" Saying that a kallah should be one or the other in terms of her zuz price and to let it be known that she cannot marry a Cohen is fine, but i still haven't heard that it's illegal to mention more details elsewhere.