The short answer is you can’t. But there is a very nice workaround.
I was perusing StackOverflow and came across this article talking about how to capture information from deleted rows and then use them in a join using the deleted pseudo table:
How do I delete from multiple tables using INNER JOIN in SQL server - Stack Overflow
begin transaction; declare @deletedIds table ( id int ); delete t1 /* Notice this next line is using the 'deleted' pseudo table: */ output deleted.id into @deletedIds; from table1 t1 join table2 t2 on t2.id = t1.id join table3 t3 on t3.id = t2.id; delete t2 from table2 t2 join @deletedIds d on d.id = t2.id; delete t3 from table3 t3 ... commit transaction;