This study aims to explore the changes experienced by marriage-immigrant women after they use programs intended to provide them support. To achieve the goals of this study, data were collected by in-depth interviews with nine marriage-immigrant women who have used or were at the time of the study using social welfare organizations, Multi-cultural Family Support Centers, or other private organizations. For the analysis of the data, the grounded theory approach by Strauss and Corbin was employed. The results of an analysis of the categories are detailed below. Through an open coding process, a total of 187 concepts, 33 subcategories, and 15 categories were produced. The central phenomenon was ``having a strong desire to have a job``. From the axial coding, the causal conditions were ``using social welfare organizations``, ``learning Korean``, ``being employed for a short period of time``, and ``registering for a qualification course``. Contextual conditions were ``being able to enjoy one`s everyday life``, ``achieving a qualification``, and ``supportive or unsupportive family``. Intervention conditions were ``trying to gather information`` and ``using different organizations``. Interaction strategies were ``making a specific plan`` and ``trying to find a job``. Consequences were ``having been employed``, ``keep preparing for being employed``, and ``remaining a house wife``.