The current political situation already seems to effect FS - here's what I found on a Russian MB:
"Russian Skating Federation President Valentin Piseev was delayed an hour when he arrived in NY Friday after being summoned to a meeting with U.S. authorities, apparently to discuss the GBI's ongoing investigation of the SLC judging scandal. According to a Russian team official, Piseev was not happy about the delay.
Meantime, Russian physician Viktor Anikanov and physical therapist Tamara Gvozdetskaya have not been able to get from Moscow to the US because of Visa problems. They and Alexander Lakernik, who was scheduled to referee the mens' competition and also has had visa trouble, were stranded.
Lakernik, who was told late last week his visa had been held up by administrative problems, said on Friday he had no hope of arriving on time for the mens' qualifying on Monday, even though U.S. figure skating officials said his visa has been approved. He is expected to be replaced either by assistant referreee Gale Tanger or another official available on short notice."
The poster didn't give the source of this information, so I'm not sure if this is official. But if true it definitely won't make things easier for the Russian team, especially not the men.