The purpose of this study was to investigate effects of maternal stress of married immigrant women on their marital satisfaction and to examine whether ego-resilience and family-resilience had mediating effect on the relationship between maternal parenting stress and marital satisfaction. Conducting nonprobability sampling procedure, 360 married immigrant women who has raised at least one child living with Korean husbands were participated in the survey using self-reported questionnaire. the major findings of this study were as follows: First, parenting stress of married immigrant women negatively effected on their marital satisfaction. Second, ego-resilience and family resilience also had a significant effect on marital satisfaction. Third, it was found that ego-resilience and family resilience had significant mediating effect on the relationship between parenting stress and marital satisfaction. Based on these findings, the implications and suggestions were discussed.