The experiences of African immigrants to the United States of America are sparsely represented in the literature. Recent research has focused more on Latinos and Asian ethnic minority populations than on African immigrants. This research explored the relationship between Gender Role Beliefs and Marital Satisfaction among Ghanaian Immigrant Couples, a subgroup living in the United States who has been virtually ignored. Acculturation theory was introduced as a framework to facilitate understanding of the relationship between Gender Role Beliefs of Ghanaian Immigrant Couples and their level of Marital Satisfaction in the American culture. The author examined the variables; Gender Role Beliefs and Marital Satisfaction with a correlation predictive design using a cross-sectional survey technique of seventy-seven Ghanaian immigrant adult couples currently residing in the tri-state area of New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania in the United States. Husbands were liberal in their Gender Role Beliefs compared to wives; however, the difference was not statistically significant.