NEW YORK (WABC) --The wife of bombing suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami, returned to the United States overnight.
Asia Bibi Rahami voluntarily submitted to an interview with American and Emirati authorities while in Dubai Tuesday.
She left the U.S. for Pakistan in June, according to the FBI, and because of the actions of her husband, she has now been flagged for possible terror ties.
But although she was placed on a no-fly list, Rahami was seen at JFK Airport with federal agents who are still questioning her. A senior law enforcement official told ABC News "to a certain degree" she has been cooperative. Investigators think she could be of "immense value" in figuring out where on the terror spectrum her husband falls.
Asia Rahami's travel comes after Ahmad Rahami's mother, Najiba, left the U.S. on Aug. 24 for Turkey, the federal sources said.
The travel by the two women, along with the whereabouts of Ahmad Rahami's other relatives and associates, have been a source of continued interest to investigators, who are trying to determine whether the bombing suspect acted alone or had help.
Ahmad Rahami was overseas from April 2013 to March 2014, the Afghan-born American traveled in and around Quetta, a Pakistani city near the Afghan border known as a home of extremism and a Taliban stronghold. The Taliban denied any link to Rahami.
During his time in the region, Ahmad Rahami married Asia Bibi and the two had a child together, law enforcement sources said. Upon his return, Ahmad Rahami lobbied for his wife to join him in New Jersey. In May 2014, she was granted entry with their baby, and because of their marital status, she was given the status of a U.S. Green Card holder.
ABC News contributed to this report.