This chapter provides an analysis of the experiences of women migrant workers who come from the Philippines and Albania to live and work in a southern European country, Greece. It focuses on the diversity of experiences of the Albanian and Filipino migrant female domestic workers and on the way in which the migration process per se, but also mechanisms of marginalization and exclusion, affect these two groups of women differently. Population movements on a grand scale have become a prominent feature of contemporary society, but there have been as yet relatively few attempts to look beneath the surface of the mass movements of people and to disentangle the specific experiences of women. Urbanization and emigration in the 1960s and 1970s have weakened the traditional family relationships and related inter-generational reciprocal arrangements. Domestic workers are amongst the most exploited groups in a society like Greece, which is marked with inequality.