This chapter describes the legal and policy landscape regarding migrant domestic workers in Hong Kong from Path Finders' perspective. It discusses systematic gaps that exist within the current system and details experiences of significant numbers of women and children who fall outside both legislative and policy safety nets. The chapter argues that a number of policy recommendations to help rectify the dire consequences of what appears to be a systemic anomaly or oversight. Path Finders' clients frequently face discrimination and prejudice when dealing with labour, immigration and health departments and the police. Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) working with migrant domestic workers have noted the significant legal, economic, social and cultural challenges and barriers they face, which are often intensified and more apparent during pregnancy and after the birth of a child. Further, The Family Planning Association and women's health clinics must also address their own service provision to migrant domestic workers.