Nessa has lived in the same impoverished village in northeast India all her life. Indian citizenship allows her family to qualify for food rations. “We’re poor, and we rely on government food rations — seven of them, one for each member of our family,” Nessa says. “I’m worried we’ll lose them.”

Nessa has lived in the same impoverished village in northeast India all her life. Indian citizenship allows her family to qualify for food rations. “We’re poor, and we rely on government food rations — seven of them, one for each member of our family,” Nessa says. “I’m worried we’ll lose them