This chapter examines new female migration into Spain, specifically to Catalonia, through the study of some groups of migrants. It describes the meeting of various spaces, which configure the stages before and after within the migratory cycle. In Spain, as in other southern European countries one of the most important changes in the sociology of migration is attention given to the growing feminization of flows, and its significance in the context of migration patterns of the so-called 'new immigration countries' of the European Union. In the case of Spain, migrant women usually find jobs rejected by local/Spanish women, as in the case of the extended system of live-in domestic service in southern European countries. In the case of Spain, many migrant women find jobs as live-in domestic servants, which in southern European countries are based on diverse employer-employee arrangements. The chapter examines the conversion of Spain into a country of immigration.