Alexandra Herbrikova/Rudy Halmaert /CZE/ (after only a few months of training together). He's French and would need to be granted citizenship though.
Czech Republic has some vaguely promising younger skaters. I'd put my money on Elizaveta Ukolova who will be age-eligible by Sochi.
Ukraine has Lavrentieva/Rudik who are pretty terrible at the moment.
Same goes for the Bulgarian pairs and dance team.
The following countries have skaters in all 4 categories that should be age eligible by Sochi, not saying they are all great skaters or have citizenship..
Australia, Austria, Belarus, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Czech Republic, North Korea, France, Germany, Great Britain, Isreal, Italy, Japan, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, USA.
North Korea has an ice dance team?
And I still don't get how Japan is going to have an Olympic-eligible pair.
Oh, how I'd love to see videos from the Ice Dance competition at North Korean Nationals!
North Koreans always seem so underscored
North Korea does have a lot of figure skaters, they just never get sent to international competitions.
I guess the reasons for that are the lack of money as well as the fears they could defect perhaps?
Herbrikova / Halmaert are currently not training. Alexandra has weight issues due to her health (but mostly I think due to her laziness and different life priorities ) so I am pretty sure the pair is done.
Petr Bidar has teamed up with Martina Bocek, Martina was scoring perfect 100% in Pair skaters senior test in the spring and they were ready for a new season, unfortunately they fell from the lift (trying to bring more difficulty - bigger level to it) and it ended with couple of stitches on Martina´s mouth and more serious injury for Petr who saved Martina from worse things. He dislocated his shoulder and was in unconscious and taken to the hospital. But get back home after two days doctors followed him closely. Now he is home healing and Martina is doing solo training. This occured at the start of August and I have heard they will try to go back to the ice next week but would not be able to do any lifts and throws but for how long nobody knows.
Martina is an Italian Citizen but half of her family (father) is from Czech Republic and she is living here since 2006 (I think) even if partially. The Citizenship process here is really long (it took like 10 years of permanent residency before you can apply) but I think if there would be any chance to take the team event and the pair would be promising the Czech Federation and Czech NOC will be doing their best to support faster approach from the Ministery. But who knows if they would be succesfull. The other promising pair (Anna Duskova and Martin Bidar - Petr´s brother) are too young and too undevelopped to go to any big event, they are real novice pair, but promising.
That sucks about the pairs I hope the Czech Republic will be in the team event