There is no need to import. Issues appear on a board, be it Scrum or Kanban, based on the filter associated with the boards. You just need to configure the filer correctly.
It is even possible to have different boards configured for the same set of issues.
In your case, you just need to create a scrum board using the same filter used by the Kanban board.
It's not an import, a board is a view of a set of issues. So it's not "import", it's "set up a board to see the issues". You can have as many boards as you like (although I would advise only having one scrum board for planning a set of issues and lots of Kanban ones, or you can find that sprints get in each other's way)
Ah ok, you have not yet defined a board then. Try using "create new board" from the board menu, and select either "create from project" if it's a single project, or "create from filter" (and select the filter for the Kanban board) if you want to be sure of it being identical to the Kanban board.
You don't really need to switch the project type as such - the board will work as it selects issues based on a filter, not project type.
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