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I don't think that the fact of having dual citizenship has any appreciable impact on admissions, in and of itself. But if you've done some interesting things in that other country, then it would probably provide some great material for a diversity statement.
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It could help, but only if you include more. I am a dual citizen with Spain and I included stories from working at a law firm in europe with lawyers from 7 european countries. I think it could help to highlight the benefits it has given you