Article 10 proceedings in New York State Family Court can create unique risks and complications for a noncitizen respondent. Actions taken in family court, such as admissions to non-citizen status, findings that the respondent has violated an order of protection, or findings of abuse and neglect, may lead directly to immigration consequences. This training is intended to provide information to family defense attorneys on how to work with noncitizen clients and incorporate immigration concerns into their representation strategy. The training will explain the potential immigration consequences of adjudications in Article 10 proceedings. It will also give best practices for how family defense counsel can try to avoid immigration consequences at different stages of an Article 10 case.